Axon has signed a deal with the U.S. Forest Service, PADT Principal and Co-founder Eric Miller is a winner of the Phoenix Business Journal’s 2019 Top Tech Exec Award, Benchmark honored with Large Manufacturer of the Year Award, Qwick earns a spot as a Top 50 Great Place to Work, Acronis SCS launches new veteran initiative, Tgen receives grant for cancer-detection blood tests, iTether partners with Healthwise to expand access to health literacy content, Paradox employs AI to revolutionize talent acquisition, AIRLIB unveils data-collection process for air-quality mapping, and more.
The tide may be turning when it comes to a large portion of Arizona college students preparing for STEM careers then taking their degrees to another state after graduation.
This is a conclusion included in the most recent update of the Arizona Technology Council Industry Impact Report, which uses data from different sources to offer a glimpse of trends in the state’s technology industry.
Republic Services CEO named one of America’s most innovative leaders, University of Arizona rises 81 spots in college rankings, NeoLight scores $2.5 million from NFL Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, BannerHealth to build $63M health center in Glendale, Educational partnership with ASU and the Arizona Science Center creates STEM opportunities for rural Arizona students, celebrating Arizona’s entrepreneurial spirit at DesTechAZ on Oct. 16-17, join Gov. Doug Ducey and Senator Martha McSally at ACRONIS SCS’s ribbon-cutting on Oct. 8, and more.
Driving up to the Arizona Biltmore, I wasn’t quite certain what to expect. All I knew was I was supposed to get a glimpse of Sprint’s rollout of its new 5G network in Arizona. Cutting edge up close? You don’t have to ask me twice.
Steve Zylstra’s travels take him throughout the state, to the nation’s capital and at times outside the United States. He obviously can’t provide a debrief of everything that he does, but he can share the highlights as he takes you behind the scenes and at times behind the headlines.